Niantic launched Pokémon go in the July of 2016. Since then, its popularity has grown exponentially. After only three months following the launch, the app had 500 million downloads. This increased to 1 billion in march of 2019!
We’ve found some numbers that are sure to blow your mind!! Continue reading Pokémon Go Statistics & Techno Remixes
Need something casual for a first day? Need something cheap for a fourth date? Need a reason to relax together with date? Pokémon go provides an interactive game that allows for engaging activities with one another but takes away some of the nervousness and awkwardness of modern dating. Continue reading Top 10 #Yeg Cafes for Pokémon Go Dates
Out in nature, or as in nature as you can get in the heart of Edmonton, the engagement and immersion of Pokémon go is much improved. With the open space, it’s a lot easier and more fun to use the augmented reality (AR) aspect of Pokémon go. Anyone who has played Pokémon Go during the covid pandemic knows how hard it is to use the AR function inside. Continue reading Top 10 Parks in Edmonton For Pokémon Go Picnics
From a dream to action, it’s hard to know where to even start when it comes to building a career. Especially when that career is as subjective and ever changing as the music business. Continue reading Advice For Musicians By Musicians
Thaddie parodies, AKA Thadudette is a parody musician creating Disney, cartoon, anime, and gaming parodies to “make people emit hahas out of their chew holes”. Continue reading Q&A with Thaddie parodies AKA Thadudette
Thaddie parodies, otherwise known as Thadudette is a parody artist that creates music to make people laugh or “make people emit hahas out of their chew holes”. Continue reading Featuring Thadudette – Literally!
“My original artist name is The Kira Justice and it’s still my artist name in Brazil. The Kira Justice is a direct reference to the Anime Death Note. However going by the same artist name in different languages was often confusing, so I decided to have separate artist names for different languages. I Am Justice was the alternative for our artists’ name back when we were still a band. It’s also a reference to the same anime, and it sounds just as good as the other name, if not better,” explains the band. Continue reading Featuring I Am Justice; Your Favorite Death Note Inspired Band
Bringing you covers with an anime flair is the band I am Justice. For those that are anime fans, yes, their band name is inspired by Death Note. Continue reading Switching Styles Q&A with The Band I Am Justice
Though as many of you know, we’re not here just to talk about Markiplier’s accomplishments as a youtuber but his stardom in remixes. Taking his game plays and turning them into musical masterpieces are the artists below! Continue reading YouTuber Remixes; Markiplier
For those of you that don’t know, you unfortunately never will. Unus Annus is a project started by Mark Edward Fischbach (Markiplier) and Ethan (CrankGameplays) with the sole purpose of deleting it once it was over. It’s over now as of November 13th, 2020. Continue reading Memento Mori Unus Annus; Remembering the Legend
On this day in 1918, on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, the First World War was ended. The first remembrance day was on November 11, 1919, at 11 a.m.. Originally called “Armistice Day” to honor the armistice agreement which was the agreement that ended WW1. Below are songs to listen to throughout out the day to remember those that fought and those that died. Continue reading A Moment of Silence and a Day to Remember; Covers for Remembrance Day
These generalities are technically true but they don’t necessarily make the heart hurt any less. Companionship, love, romance, is not hard to forget about once it’s gone. This is because the emotion of love technically changes brain chemistry.
Love is similar to an addiction. Many recent studies show that love interacts within the brain much like an addiction complete with the withdrawal symptoms. Brian D. Earp, Olga A. Wudarczyk, Bennett Foddy, and Julian Savulescu have researched into this exact phenomenon to find what that exactly means and how to help. Continue reading 10 Acoustic Covers To Get Over A Break-Up
“My ultimate goal is to become a game developer. I’ve spent a lot of time since I was a teenager learning various skill sets such as art, music and writing, and now it’s just a matter of applying them to something, letting them all come together to finally create something big and proper. In addition to that I’m working on a 3D model right now and considering becoming a vtuber,” explains Mako Ray, “I dunno. I do a lot of weird dumb nonsense and I’m currently collecting a fanbase who is into that weird dumb nonsense”. Continue reading Switching Styles Features Mako Ray
Joining only a few years ago in 2017, Mako Ray has gained over 2.8 million views from followers following his artistic career. Now he isn’t just a musician and cover artist but also an artist, and designer. His YouTube channel consists of art, design, game development content, and of course music.
Music, for Mako Ray, is a means to an end, and the end is to listen to something you enjoy and “occasionally that end is supposed to have a specific stronger impact, attempting to elicit certain feelings from people such as happiness, sadness, fear, whatever the situation calls for, and I hope to be able to achieve that in my songs.”
Continue reading Q&A With Mako Ray
Game Stream turned remix brings us a fantastic song to continue to cover. That means that the songs we’re looking at today are covers of a remix of a game stream. That’s the way that music works in terms of creating and covering and recreating. Taking these building blocks, and inspiration to bring something entirely new to the world. Continue reading All the Way; Covering Schmoyoho’s Remix